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How Quiet Helps at School


Published 1953


Shows how a class can study and work better if the room is quiet. Demonstrates ways to study without interrupting others. Indicates that noise does have a place on the playground.


Producer Coronet Instructional Films
Audio/Visual sound, color


Credits

(ANNOYING TEACHER) -- "MISS ROGERS". Educational Collaborator: Henry Bonner McDaniel, Ph.D., Professor of Education and Psychology, Stanford University. cameraman: Bruce Colling; writer: Mel Waskin; editors: Dick Kirschner, Rogers. Director: Gil Altschul. (??? Paul Barnes)

Reviews

Reviewer: JayKay49 - - December 8, 2014
Subject: Two Rooms Full Of Kids In A Movie

And in both places the kids act as naturally as in real life. Were these professional actors? Or was this a hidden camera placed on an ordinary school day? Especially realistic acting in that noisy chaotic room.
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